London, UK (PRWEB UK) 11 August 2014
Experts from Digitalis Reputation, a prominent professional services firm specialising in online reputation management, have appeared on the BBC and ITV’s radio and televised channels in recent weeks.
The appearances by CEO Dave King and Managing Director of Private Clients Dr. Laura Toogood were to discuss topical issues, such as the growing importance of privacy and safety protocols on the Internet.
CEO Dave King spoke to BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine about how individuals can tackle negative online content about themselves and how search engines like Google deal with information.
In addition to this appearance, Dave King explained the need for high level security in the latest edition of SC Magazine, the IT security sector’s foremost magazine. Addressing the need for more stringent protocols within business’ IT structures, Dave King highlighted the importance for success in countering online threats.
Dr. Laura Toogood spoke on highly-rated morning television show This Morning on ITV about the recent discussions by the House of Lords committee in relation to “revenge porn”. She advised about how people can manage online safety and privacy in such situations. Emphasising the need for mitigation, she advised that victims try their utmost to resolve the situation offline before contacting the website owner themselves.
Digitalis Reputation offers expert commentary and insight into a range of reputation issues and offers detailed advice as to how individuals and businesses can protect themselves online.
About Digitalis Reputation
Digitalis Reputation is a leading professional services firm specialising in Online Reputation Management. Its unique technology is developed in-house and gives Digitalis Reputation an unprecedented advantage in this progressive field.
The company has the ability to monitor, mitigate, protect and reduce the risk of negative online content damaging the reputation of individuals and brands.
The experienced team look after an extensive range of clients, including renowned corporate organisations, FTSE 100 companies, ultra high-net-worth individuals and celebrities.